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Yahoo Beats In Q3 With Revenue Of $1.09B, EPS Of $0.52X

techcrunch.com — With all eyes on what Yahoo will do with its $5 billion+ in Alibaba cash, Yahoo today reported its Q3 earnings after the close of trading, with sales of $1.09 billion excluding traffic acquisition costs and non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.52. Revenues including acquisition costs were $1.15 billion.

Venture Investors Get Fashion Fever As Early Stage Deals Soar

techcrunch.com — Editor's Note: Christine Magee is an analyst for CrunchBase. There's a brand new dance in venture capital, as investors have gone fashion-mad. After watching JustFab and Gilt Groupe explode into billion dollar companies while Warby Parker raised over $100 million to sell stylish eyeglasses, investors are eager to discover the next big hit.
Oct 21, 2014

Venture Investors Get Fashion Fever As Early Stage Deals Soar zite.to/ZF79JF

Oct 21, 2014

@timoweiland #kewl Venture Investors Get Fashion Fever As Early Stage Deals Soar tcrn.ch/1t3Wx39 via @techcrunch

Oct 21, 2014

Venture Investors Have Put $800M InFashion Related Deals This Year tcrn.ch/1t3Wx39

Building A Fintech Startup In Europe

techcrunch.com — Today on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe, Taavet Hinrikus from TransferWise, Damian Kimmelman from DueDil, and Jeff Lynn from Seedrs took the stage to talk about the state of fintech startups in London. These companies took us through the current landscape, regulatory issues, and why it's a good time to build a fintech startup in Europe.

Carvey Is A Powerful CNC Machine For The Rest Of Us

techcrunch.com — Robotic CNC machines - cutting systems that use spinning tools to swipe through metal, wood, and plastic - are cool but ugly. Most of them are as big as a fridge and designed to carve out objects in a few minutes but none will sit quietly on your desk and do its business with aplomb and elegance.
Oct 21, 2014

Tech Crunch: john -  Robotic CNC machines – cutting systems that use spinning tools to swipe through metal, wood,... owl.li/2PtoJF

Google Acquires Firebase To Help Developers Build Better Real-Time Apps

techcrunch.com — Google today announced that it has acquired Firebase, a backend service that helps developers build realtime apps for iOS, Android and the web that can store and sync data instantly. Firebase currently has almost 110,000 registered developers on its platform and the Firebase team says that the service will continue to work as before and remain platform-agnostic.
Oct 21, 2014

Google Acquires Firebase To Help Developers Build Better Real-Time Apps tcrn.ch/1taS3aH

Exceedingly Real Talk with Morten Lund

techcrunch.com — Exceedingly Real Talk with Morten Lund on TechCrunch Disrupt Europe '14 created by joezolnoski on the TechCrunch Disruptshow from TechCrunch TV

Google Launches USB Security Key Support To Keep Accounts Safe

techcrunch.com — For the longest time now, Google has recommended that users enable two-factor authentication for their accounts on its platforms (and anywhere else, really). But starting today, it is launching a second - even more secure - method for those who really want their accounts to stay safe.
Oct 21, 2014

RT @TechCrunch: With Security Key support Google users can get a physical USB key through third-party providers to keep accounts safe tcrn.ch/1oqaN6k